*NEW* River w/ Guide Rocks HDR (2 pics)

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    1. HDR


    2. Single Exposure - PSE7 - I personally like this version much better.
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    Some interesting color casting and fuzziness going on here. Did you take this handheld? I like the composition though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Psyentific View Post
    Some interesting color casting and fuzziness going on here. Did you take this handheld? I like the composition though.
    This one is sharp as a tack, especially the rocks. I resized to a very low res. to post. Tripod, 3 image, +/-2, 1 - 10 sec to capture water blur
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    Fantastic. IMO this is one of best shots I've seen from you since I've been here. I have nothing to critique, other than to say the image looks (to me) as if it the color is a little off -- seems to have a slight green/yellow cast(?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendoza View Post
    Fantastic. IMO this is one of best shots I've seen from you since I've been here. I have nothing to critique, other than to say the image looks (to me) as if it the color is a little off -- seems to have a slight green/yellow cast(?)
    Thank you for the comment! I also saw the green/yellow cast in #1. So, I took a single exposure image and processed in pse7 resulting in #2. I think it is much better. Thanks again.
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    Beautiful scene, Chad, and nicely capture!
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    Nice hdr`s results Chad...Good work...I like it...Greetings
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    The color does look a little off but it's a great shot. I love #1. I took me a few seconds to figure that they were rocks in the water though
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    Overall, I like the single exposure better. The lighting seems like it was very soft all around making the HDR process not really "necessary" and more of a filter or "effect." The one part of the HDR version I prefer over the single exposure is the tree reflection in the stream. There is an eeriness that I really like about it. If you can match the color cast on both versions, you could try layering the two images in photoshop and just layer-masking in the reflection portion from the HDR.
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